G Suite gives Littles a platform to create and share

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Today we have a guest blog post from Christine Pinto, a Kindergarten teacher for Arcadia Unified in Southern California and the founder of the hashtag #GAfE4Littles. As an advocate for the CAN mindset and believer in empowering students to be creative critical thinkers, we've partnered with Christine to share how Google tools can be used to support little learners.

If you enjoy her blog, be sure to join us and Christine for her webinar on September 21: Google tools for Little Learners. We hope to see you there!

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Top 4 Reasons to use Fluency Tutor with Students

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Originally posted on the EdTechTeam blog.

“Where do I find the time?” I’m sure you say this almost every day as a teacher. New initiatives, parent-teacher conferences, and dare I say, the dreaded fire drill. Each day comes with different challenges for which we may or may not be prepared. Sometimes we have a plan and sometimes we scramble but, either way, we are able to show off our superpowers and make something out of nothing.

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EquatIO is Heading into Summer with New Features

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At Texthelp, we are constantly working to improve our products so that they meet the evolving needs of our customers. EquatIO is our latest product to get this upgrade. Previously available in Google Docs and Forms, EquatIO now works in Google Slides, Sheets, and Drawings!

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The power of prediction: EquatIO flips the math teaching paradigm

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If you’re over 40, you probably bought your first cell phone to make voice calls while you were out and about. Then you discovered this great thing called texting. Suddenly you could tell a friend or client you’re running late, without the embarrassment of having to call. It could even predict what you were typing, and correct your mistakes. How cool was that?

Paradigms are made to be broken. And school teachers are waking up to the realization that their students interact with the world very differently today.

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